I’m jumping past the prologue and sharing the line from chapter one of Janine Rosche’s Glory Falls. Although, the first line of the prologue is pretty good too.
About the Book
Two people scarred by past trauma have a chance to write a new chapter in their lives, overcome loss, and find love in the third entry in the Madison River Romance series.
Screenwriter Cecilia “Blue” Walker is victim to life’s worst plot twists. Having lost her daughter to the depths of the Madison River and her husband to the arms of another woman, she finds herself yearning for something to restore her brittle faith and once-vibrant career.
Hope arrives in the form of her childhood friend, Thomas Beck, a firefighter with a legacy of larger-than-life rescues who doesn’t see himself as a hero. Haunted by his past, Thomas only agrees to a movie adaptation of his story if Blue, his longtime crush, is the screenwriter.
However, as Blue and Thomas work together to bring his heroism to the big screen, the glitz and glamour of Hollywood threaten to shed light on secrets that could tear their fragile relationship and their lives apart.
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Now it’s your turn! Grab the book nearest you and drop the first line in the comments. Then head over to Hoarding Books and discover what others are sharing this week!
Ha! That is funny. I feel like that sometimes… I hope you can stop by:
Paula Shreckhise says
My first line is from:
A Cowboy for Keeps by Jody Hedlund
Colorado Territory August 1862
“Stop or we’ll shoot! “ A dozen feet up Kenosha pass, three robbers with flour sacks over their heads blocked the way, their revolvers outstretched.
I finished it on January 8.
Anneliese Dalaba says
The book I’m featuring on my blog today is An Uncommon Woman by Laura Frantz. I will share the first line from my current read here, The Red Siren, by MaryLu Tyndall. “This was Dajon Waite’s last chance.” I wish you an enjoyable weekend.
Becky Smith says
Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Art of Rivers” by Janet W. Ferguson:
“Love, like art, took on different forms with each creator.”
Nicole Santana says
“Sylvie hadn’t always leapt to the worst possible conclusion. But being a parent seemed to enlarge her imagination as much as it did her heart.”
Shadows of the White City, Jocelyn Green
Kelly-Ann Deffenbaugh says
Over on my blog I am sharing the first line from Glory Falls by Janine Rosche
“Heroes don’t wear crooked capes” Cecelia “Blue” Walker straightened the knotted ends of the pillowcase in front of Thomas’s throat.”
Happy Weekend, Happy Reading! ♥
Beauty in the Binding Blog says
Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing the first lines from A Cowboy for Keeps by Jody Hedlund. “‘Stop or we’ll shoot.’ A dozen feet up Kenosha Pass, three robbers with flour sacks over their heads blocked the way, their revolvers outstretched.”